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Old 01-26-2016, 01:59 PM   #1
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Have a 2013 Redhawk 26, anyone installed a set of these yourself? Any tips or things to look out for? Pictures would also be great. I've been quoted $6k-$8k just for the install! I already have the kit and refuse to pay the much to weld 4 brackets, run some line and purge a system lol
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Well after kicking the boxes of parts around enough, I spent 2 days and got them on... didn't take many pictures but will update later. Very happy with the outcome and most important the price!!Click image for larger version

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How much did the kit cost and do you think I can install that on my 06 greyhawk 31ss I am a welder myself
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Yes, I'd call them direct. I used Equalizer Systems which now sells the brackets and kits specific to Jayco... the 2014 and newer coachs have the brackets already welded regardless if you order the kit or not so they just sell you the new kit with weld on brackets. I paid around $2600. The routing of lines and doing a "clean" wiring/rigging was the most time consuming......plus you see what a half@$$ job the factory does and you tangent on cleaning up their sloppy job! Directions are very vague but they're more than helpful. Take your time and think it through....

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